About

SCPA

Picture2The Social and Consumer Psychology Association (SCPA) at New York University (NYU) unites graduate students who share personal and professional interests in Social Psychology—understanding the behavior of individuals and groups in social and organizational contexts—and/or Consumer Psychology—the theoretical psychological approaches to understanding consumers. Our members’ curiosities span across social and cognitive elements of psychology, consumer behavior, product development strategy, marketing, advertising, and many more!

Functionally, SCPA produces and promotes relevant and stimulating programming; strengthens relationships between established alumni and current graduate students; and develops its members to become marketable and desirable professionals.

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Social and Consumer Psychology Program at NYU

SCPA is a student-run organization at NYU. Please follow this link to learn more about the academic program at NYU and to apply.

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SCPA Leadership

Spring 2016 President
Inbal Mandelker                    e-mail: ibm233@nyu.edu
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Spring 2015 Co-Presidents
Tamara Natali Hochman      e-mail: tnh253@nyu.edu
Andrea Ailin Tomio               e-mail: aat373@nyu.edu

Fall 2014 President
Victoria Andrade Guimarães

Alumni Representative – Class of ’14
Kurt Munz

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